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Are you trying to break into aquaculture industry or already working in the field and looking to gain additional expertise for career development?

Diseases of Warmwater Fish Course Provides Essential Knowledge

18 June 2012, at 1:00am

US - Diseases of Warmwater Fish is an intensive two-week class designed to provide instruction in the methodology of diagnosis and treatment of parasitic, bacterial, viral, nutritional, and environmental diseases of warmwater food fish and aquarium species. The course is open to students, veterinarians, fisheries biologists, aquaculturists, and professional aquarists.

Continuing education credits may be earned by veterinarians. This course has a maximum of 24 allowed by the state of Florida. If requested, a form will be provided at start of the course to keep track of your hours.

The course is limited to 40 participants and a few spots remain. Please reserve your seat today at www.conference.ifas.ufl.edu/ame/wwf.

Registration Fee provides each participant the educational programme, transportation (between host hotel & lecture sites, to field trips and changes of venue on August 3 & 10, Sunday evening (July 29) informal welcome reception, lunch on July 30, dinner on July 31, refreshment breaks Monday-Friday, lab supplies, and course materials.

Early Reduced Registration Fee (On or before June 25, 2012) - $900.00
Regular Registration Fee (After June 25, 2012) - $1,000.00

The course takes place 30 July - 10 August, 2012 in Ruskin and St. Augustine, Florida.

For more information please contact:

Dr Ruth Francis-Floyd, Program Organizer
University of Florida /College of Veterinary Medicine
PO Box 100136 /Gainesville, FL 32610-0136
Phone: 352-294-4197/Fax: 352-392-8289
Email: rffloyd@ufl.edu

Shelby Sowder, Course Registrar
UF/IFAS / Office of Conferences & Institutes (OCI)
PO Box 110750 / Building 639, Mowry Road Gainesville, FL 32611-0750
Phone: 352-392-5930 /Fax: 352-392-9734
Email: msowder@ufl.edu

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UMass Sustainable Aquaculture Online Courses

Aquaculture is an increasingly important source of safe, nutritious, and sustainable seafood for people worldwide. Globally, aquaculture production must double by 2030 to keep pace with demand. These increases in demand for aquaculture products, food security considerations, and job creation have generated an increased need for skilled workers.

Discover how you can be part of this rapidly expanding industry.